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Sunday, September 27, 2015

1970.02.23 Led Zeppelin Helsinki (OK Audience)

Led Zeppelin
(OK Audience)

Here is the link
A really rare show, the first concert of the first European tour. And what a show it is! Robert's voice is simply wonderful and the entire band just cooks throughout the whole set. Dazed And Confused is really eerie and played well and the How Many More Times medley has some really obscure and great references thrown in.

Page's soloing is bluesy and soulful during I Can't Quit You Baby. Plant is in top form, shaking his mic violently as he wails. Page disappears during the second verse of Dazed and Confused, leaving Plant, Jones, and Bonzo sounding a bit lost. He returns in time for the lead-in to the bow solo. The guitar solo is a bit hurried and disjointed, Page's fingers seem to get in his way. Plant introduces White Summer/Black Mountain Side as "white cock."

The second appearance of Since I've Been Loving You is introduced as a minor key blues featuring Jones on Hammond organ. This rendition is much closer to the version on Led Zeppelin III than the previous performance. A very short organ intro by Jones precedes the second appearance of Thank You, which features a soulful guitar solo from Page. There is a strange tape disturbance at the beginning of Moby Dick, it sounds like someone recorded over a few seconds of the tape with a man speaking in a foreign language. Page is still in his own world of chaotic inspiration at the beginning of How Many More Times, always slightly ahead or behind the rest of the band. The ever-extending medley includes frantic renditions of Boogie Chillen, Move on Down the Line, and a surprise Be-Bop-A-Lula, among others. The announcer has the entire crowd chanting "come back!" before the band returns to close the show with Whole Lotta Love.

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